Spooky time in Neath Port Talbot this Halloween half term
NEATH Port Talbot will turn into spook central during half term, as a series of events take place for Halloween.
Gnoll Estate Country Park will run activities all week, including daily bug and beast hunts and a pumpkin trail created especially for the half term holidays.
On Thursday, October 31, Neath historian Robert King will tell some ghoulish ghost stories to those aged five and over, in the cellars of the old Gnoll House.
And more outdoor events will be held for children at Afan Forest Park, when it is transformed with scarecrow witches, pumpkin patches, and tree loving ghosts plotted along the free Spooky Spell and Witch Hunt trails.
Storyteller Carl Gough will be at the visitor centre on Wednesday, October 30, with stories and crafts.